MEET THE MASTERMINDS SHAPING THE FUTURE OF GAMING
Since 2005, Gamelab gets together world’s most influential creators, executives, investors and media to discuss current trends and coming opportunities in the expanding universe of gaming. A must-attend event for those looking to understand the reach of the gaming medium. Conference topics include new platforms and game formats, esports and live events, player creativity and new media content, virtual worlds and economies, social and cultural impact, interactive storytelling, distributed and ubiquitous gaming, AI, mixed realities and out-of-home entertainment, games learning, eToys, etc.
Gamelab is one of the most exciting and exclusive game conferences I have been invited to speak at. It was a great to share stage and a very warm networking atmosphere with hundreds of very talented game professionals, and some of the industry's leading creative minds.
Being able to participate in Gamelab as both a developer and a speaker was a great experience. I learned a lot, and the show's hosts took great care of us, probably one of the best convention experiences I've ever had
Gamelab is a gem of a conference, bringing together many of the world's finest thinkers about the design and business of games in an atmosphere that is relaxed, intelligent and highly creative. It shouldn't be missed.
Gamelab surpassed all of my expectations. The speaker lineup was impressive, the talks were inspiring and the crowd was warm and thoughtful. I am very happy that I had the opportunity to participate in this world class event.
Gamelab was an incredibly inspiring and rewarding experience for me. I met many great developers and future developers, saw some great games, and heard some amazing talks. It's a great way to really connect with the local indie scene, as well as meeting gaming luminaries from around the world. A+ Would attend again!
I speak at many events across the world, but the audience questions that followed my Gamelab talk were the most interesting and thought-provoking I’ve ever been asked. ‘If Shakespeare were alive today, would he be writing virtual worlds? Wow!